This is a self-funded PhD opportunity.
1. *Richard P. Hulse, Robert A.R. Drake, David O Bates, Lucy F. Donaldson. (2016) The control of alternative splicing by SRSF1 in myelinated afferents contributes to the development of neuropathic pain. Neurobiol Dis. Dec;96:186-200
2. R.P. Hulse, N. Beazley-Long, N. Ved, S.M. Bestall, H. Riaz, P. Singhal, S.J. Harper, D. O. Bates and L. F Donaldson. (2015) Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF)165b prevents diabetic neuropathic pain and neuronal degeneration through actions on TRPA1. Clin Sci (Lond). 2015 1;129(8):741-56.
3. Drake R.A.R., Hulse, R.P. Lumb B.M. and Donaldson L.F. (2014) The degree of acute descending control of spinal nociception in an area of primary hyperalgesia is dependent on the peripheral domain of afferent input. J. Physiol. 15;592:3611-24.
4. RP Hulse, N Beazley-Long, J Hua, J Prager, H Bevan, Y Qiu, ES Fernandes, MV Gammons, K Ballmer-Hofer, AC Gittenberger de Groot, A J. Churchill, SJ Harper, Susan D. Brain, DO. Bates, LF. Donaldson. (2014) Alternative splicing of vascular endothelial growth factor as a novel pain target. Neurobiol Dis. 71:245-59
FTE Category A staff submitted: 23.80
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